watch POLICA perform live at Old Granada Studios

watch POLICA perform live at Old Granada Studios

You can now watch POLIÇA perform five songs on Low Four, Manchester’s new super-HD live music video platform. The band stopped off at Old Granada Studios on their biggest European headline tour to date, the day after performing at Camden’s iconic Roundhouse venue.

Minneapolis band POLIÇA are vocalist Channy Leaneagh, bassist Chris Bierden, and dual drummers Drew Christopherson and Ben Ivascu, with producer Ryan Olson at the helm. Their third album United Crushers explores themes that are political and personal touching on social injustice, self-doubt and isolation, the urban decline and gentrification. Despite this darkness, there is an element of defiance—modern day protest music created as a weapon to empower the oppressed. NPR calls the album “a transfixing love letter.”


Praise for United Crushers
“excitingly upbeat electronica” – 4/5 Guardian
“warmer, more expansive and uptempo…It all adds up to a record that bristles with mournfulness and melodious joy. Older, wiser, but far from jaded” – The Guardian
“Pop that doesn’t shy away from enigma and darkness” – 4/5 – Evening Standard
United Crushers is here to debunk the notion that Poliça are doomed by their own experience with the simplest of tools – better songs” – 8/10 – Loud & Quiet
“Poliça’s newfound love of pop and infectious dance, ‘United Crushers’ offers up a lesson in how to create something truly universal” – 4/5 – DIY
“A more muscular sensibility for the American quartet” – 8/10 – Uncut
“They’ve excelled themselves with the most intimate and empowering album of their career” – 4/5 – NME

Low Four session
Kind – Remix EP

“Baby Sucks”


“Wedding” video


“Lime Habit” video

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watch POLICA perform live at Old Granada Studios